[mythtv-users] Ubuntu's panels on top of Myth display in Mythbuntu
abostock at gmail.com
Sat May 2 09:52:35 UTC 2009
2009/5/1 Matt Emmott <memmott at gmail.com>
> On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 4:11 PM, nospam312 <nospam312 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > both. The fix I've found is to simply remove the top panel (I'm using
>> > for a window manager). The problem with that is whenever I reboot the
>> > machine, the panel returns. Is there a way to permanently remove the
>> > panel from XFCE? Given that you can right click and get the "start"
>> > there's really no need for it.
>> This may be worth trying. This is how I solved the bar always showing
>> on a (very) old version of Mythbuntu. Whenever I upgrade I always set
>> this so I do not know if the newer versions have solved it or not.
>> I have the top panel set to Auto Hide - (Right click top panel,
>> Customize and then choose Auto Hide). This means as long as the
>> cursor is away from the top bar it is automatically hidden from view.
>> If you login via VNC just remember not to leave your cursor over the
>> bar before closing VNCViewer.
> So what's the technical reason that Myth goes windowed when using Desktop
> Effects (Compiz)? Is this a bug that might be fixed at some point, or is it
> just an architectural issue we have to live with? I was fine keeping Compiz
> turned off on my laptop in order to use Myth but now that I've been using
> the excellent AWN dock application that requires Compiz it's much more of a
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Install + run CompizConfig Settings Manager (ccsm)
Click on Workarounds (found in the Utility category) then tick the "Legacy
Fullscreen Support" option.
Myth then works perfectly fine for me in fullscreen.
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